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Idea! Memorizing tips

Hi
I want to share with you something
While reading your Kaplan lecture notes or whatever you are reading
In addition to those boxes, arrows, and flowcharts that you put on the notes you can also take audio notes
Yes, audio notes
Record the theme and the concept that you understood from certain topic
When you come back to it while reviewing it will be really useful
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can you pls guide me how should i make audio notes where i should record
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can you pls guide me how should i make audio notes where i should record
If you have Windows 7, just click start and then type "sound recorder" in the search box, it will find for you the program where you can record and save the file to your computer.
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thank you for the advice!
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It is a really great advice! I will follow it! Thanks!
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good advice...
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link doesn't work properly
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Thank you!
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Link doesn't work. It gives me error 404.
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Thanks for sharing informative piece.
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good advice... thanks for information..
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Thanks for sharing!
However I found that the most useful method for me is using visualization and association Sometimes it get's delirious but it really helps.
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thanks it will be helpful
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wow this is a useful concept... thanks for the article
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Thanks for the advice. It is really helpful.
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